New presidency throws the country’s reform into uncertainty for investors.
After oil market dropped 30% from October, the market jumped 5% with OPEC’s decision to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day.
Two-day marathon meeting leads to more bullish than expected oil output cuts by OPEC and its allies.
Plus, Mexico's new president takes a stance with oil majors, Berry Petroleum exits East Texas for California and Scotland-based Wood to build an NGL pipeline in West Texas.
Higher gas prices, narrower NGL margins and an ethane market on track for a spike decorate the outlook.
Petrie Partners’ Jacob Nagy, an energy investment banker who has packed a lifetime’s worth of accomplishments into his 11-year career, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
DUG Midcontinent panel sees the Encana-Newfield deal as a sign of things to come.
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Important trends could buffet the growing U.S. export market.
Several companies in the sector play crucial roles as the midstream grows to handle greater sales abroad.
A pipeline company—Enron—triggered the Sarbanes-Oxley revolution. Sixteen years out, federal measurement requirements are changing even as the midstream contends with swelling volumes.
All the players have a lot on the line in November—including the midstream.